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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The ancient parish of Barking Introduction

    his housing estates there. 114 The growth of Ilford in the 1890's also caused the G.E.R. to build the ' Fairlop loop', linking its main line, at Seven Kings , with its Ongar branch, at Woodford . The loop, opened

    The borough of Ilford SOUTH ILFORD & BARKING 1964 NORTH ILFORD & CHADWELL HEATH 1964

    was re-organized in 1945 , the senior departme nt becoming a secondary (modern) school. 319 Fairlop junior and infants schools (Fencepiece Road, Barkingside ). Fairlop council school was opened in 1929 . A new building was provided for the seniors

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    estate, 251; drainage, 43, 77, 221, 256; Dunsprings fm., 196; elec., 46, 47, 256; Fairfield housing estate, 211; Fairlop airport, 290; Fairlop oak and fair, 218-19; Forest fm., 290; Gants Hill , 251; gas, 46, 256; Great Gearies, 252; Grange

    Leyton Manors and estates

    the Fillebrook estate; by 1860 the large brick houses in Fillebrook Road, backing on the railway line, had been built. Fairlop Road was laid out next, followed by Colworth , Wallwood, Hainault , Bulwer, and Lytton Roads . 349 The

    Dagenham Economic history and local government

    ( 1858 ). 183 In 1929 Aldborough Hatch Farm was bought. 184 In 1938 the Crown sold 932 a. at Fairlop to the City of London , for use as a municipal airport. Some runways were built during the Second

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Corrections to volume 4

    He resided there several years. BARKING. Fairlop fair; and anecdotes of Mr. Day . P. 56. Since the account of this parish was written, I have seen a small pamphlet called "the Origin of Fairlop Fair, annually held round the

    General index

    at Sayes-court, 377.; his writings, ibid . F. Fairfax , William , vicar of Eastham, 146. Fairlop fair , account of, 56. 646, 647. Fairlop oak , 56. Fairy-hill , near Eltham, 420. Falkland , Henry Lord, death of, 39.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a few days ago, to have been faithful to his bed. Unfortunately, however, he and big wife, last year, visited Fairlop fair, where she became acquainted with an individual, who, by his seducing manners, ultimately effected his pur- pose. Shortly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Essex-street, Whitechapel. Hiswife, to whom he had been married a few months, went on Friday, contrary to his wishes, to Fairlop fair, and remained out till a late hour. This uin- noved him, and he afterw.rds took to drink. Monday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blacque, editor of the Msaoiteur Ottoman, has died there, after a few hours' illness. Mr Day, the eccentric founder of Fairlop fair, died the other day. He had a housekeeper who had lived with him for 30 years, and was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    forming alterations and improvements in the building. - The commissioners of the metropolitan Dolice have issued the usual notice, declaring Fairlop fair to be un- lawful beyond the first Friday in July, and that any attempt to hold such fair Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their sovereigns. - On Friday, according to aocient custom, the annual fair held on the borders of Hainault forest, called Fairlop, took place. - The Royal Cambrian Institution and Ancient Britons have resolved to give their valuable MSS. and printed, Subscribers-only content

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